Accused serial killer Bruce McArthur made a brief appearance in a Toronto court Wednesday where his case was put over for another two weeks. McArthur, a 66-year-old self-employed landscaper, is accused of murdering six men who had disappeared from or had ties to Toronto's gay village. Prosecutor Michael Cantlon told the court that the Crown had turned initial evidence over to McArthur's defence, and would have more evidence to give them by the next court date, scheduled for March 14. Read more: Bruce McArthur in 2003 assault case: 'I'm sorry for all the pain and anger I've caused' Murder victim's wife tells of love story turned wrenching tragedy Bruce McArthur charged with sixth murder Most of the proceedings, which were under a court-ordered publication ban, dealt with technicalities related to McArthur's latest murder charge, laid last week, and transportation problems that prevented authorities from bringing him to court to hear that charge in person. McArthur appeared by video link from a Toronto detention centre Wednesday wearing an orange jumpsuit, his white goatee grown long, with wisps of hair covering his jaw. He spoke only to say his name at the beginning of the appearance and to thank the court at… Read full this story
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